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Inns in Ashwell

The Three Tuns Hotel
High Street
Ashwell
Hertfordshire

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We are a traditional Country Hotel, Pub and Restaurant situated in the heart of the village of Ashwell, North Hertfordshire which is also close to the South Cambridge shire border.We can trace the existing building back to 1806, but a public house is recorded as existing on this site since 1701.The Pub today has two bars: a lounge bar with a restaurant, a large public bar also serving food (pets welcome) and a private dining / function room. There is a large garden at the rear with mature borders which offers a great space for relaxing in the summer, especially with the large children’s play area. There is a patio to the left of our building which brings an element of Café culture to the village with continental style dining and socializing. We also have a full marquee to cover this area for weddings that can sit 60 people.The Hotel has 6 bedrooms with the doubles all having en-suite bathrooms.

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Number of Rooms: 6
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Garden
Dogs/Pets Welcome

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